Monthly Archives: October 2013

India Grand Prix 2013 Quiet Braking Fatherhood How Grosjean Traces Its Rating

Paria paddock last season, Romain Grosjean (Lotus) is getting a reputation at a price of good results and a new attitude. Everything is fast in Formula 1, where reputations are made as quickly as they come undone. Engineering last year, driving a Sauber particularly gentle with her ​​gums, Sergio Perez today creates a relative disappointment in his first season with ... Read More »

PSG Wants To Prolong The Pleasure

Skeptics are becoming increasingly rare. And Paris Saint-Germain Laurent Blanc, who took control of Ligue 1 this weekend, can already make a big step towards the knockout stages of the Champions League with victory against Anderlecht in Brussels. November is the tip of his nose. And no sign of an incipient crisis on the horizon Paris Saint Germain.One wonders about ... Read More »

Please Draw Me A Tour De France

“There are very specific rules, many compulsory figures: 21 stages, 3,500 miles total distance,” said the boss of the Tour. All part of the great start to build a Tower of France, says its director Christian Prudhomme, the controls since 2006 the biggest race in the world, including the 2014 edition was unveiled Wednesday in Paris. The way of drawing ... Read More »

Where He Goes It Daniil

Kvyat, he’ll have to get used to.Not Kyvat, Kvyat! He proved last year by winning the FR 2.0 Series Alps while fighting to the last round with Vandoorne for the title in the Eurocup. His speed was already impressive and Red Bull retained her confidence to race in GP3 this season, a soon-enriched rods in the new European Championship FIA ... Read More »

Ball Into The Skin

Exploits flops, blows and sentences shock: this is all to remember the last weekend of golf. A European Tour Korean Sauce: His name is Jin Jeong and has taken advantage of his trip the upside. By winning the ISPS Handa Perth International, this young 23 year old Korean was able get an exemption on the European Tour through 2015. He ... Read More »

Federer Believes In Its Future

TENNIS – The Swiss, who this week the tournament in Basel, dismisses any idea of retirement. He won a place in the ATP rankings released Monday. But on the sixth row of this new delivery, Roger Federer is still sailing in waters that has not been known for over ten years. Monday, Switzerland, aged 32, has been on the air ... Read More »

Evra Unique In The Annals

Already sanctioned in the past Patrice Evra risk another suspension for France. Unique among the developed international post. The lesson has clearly not been successful. Three years after the cause of the strike Knysna (World Cup 2010) – which earned him five-game suspension – Patrice Evra still skidded violently attacking consultants Bixente Lizarazu, Luis Fernandez , and Pierre Rolland Courbis ... Read More »

Perpignan Rebelled

Led to the half, Perpignan a lot of dust in the second period to finally win against Edinburgh widely (31-14). After his defeat on the wire against Gloucester last week (27-22), Perpignan recovers and carries on his lawn against Edinburgh in the second round of the Heineken Cup (31-14). Battered in the first half, Perpignan have responded perfectly to offer ... Read More »

Shriners Hospitals Simpson Crushes The Competition

Unlike Zach Johnson and Nick Watney, Webb Simpson won the U.S. Open in 2012, was able to hold his favorite role. The American has not made any detail, winning the tournament with six strokes ahead of his first pursuers, Jason Bohn and his fellow Japanese Ryo Ishikawa. Except the moment of madness JJ Henry on the first day, the author ... Read More »

Indian Grand Prix 2013 Romain Grosjean Lotus Now I Have The Rage

Romain Grosjean (Lotus) is ready to ride his beautiful Japanese GP. From the Grand Prix of India, the next weekend. After Your Fantastic Performance In Japan, In What State Of Mind Do You Approach The Last Four Races Of The Season? Romain Grosjean: I feel really good in the car. My confidence grows with every race and I am very ... Read More »